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Wow, how did these fellows end up on YouTube. Check them out.
Who's that letter B?
So I've become kind of a blog fanatic. Good because I was never really a newspaper of broadcast news kind of fellow. In any case, in my Sunday scour of the internets, I found out some YP4 fellows/bloggers are up for this great scholarship...for blogging!!
Warner Bros president of production Jeff Robinov has made a new decree that "We are no longer doing movies with women in the lead"
WB has its sexist hands dipped in so many things that I don't know if a boycott of all their services is even possible. Maybe just the films...?
Wow, I've got the urge to throw up and cry at the same time just thinking about it... Blackface started out in the late 1700s as a performance in which white people made themselves up to appear black in order to exploit and bastardize what was then African American culture for the pleasure of a white audience. It was often the only exposure that audience members had to said culture.
Until college, I thought blackface was something you only read about in books (I thought the same about lynching ). But then it appeared at college parties, on America's Next Top Model,
and in drag shows. Apparently it's all the rage at halloween gatherings.
Everything everywhere can basically fit into one of two categories: the bottom 50% of things in the world (1) or the top 50% of things in the world (2). I got this idea from the boyfriend of a friend of a friend and it has completely taken over my life. As I reflect on my daily interactions, I spend time figuring out if that was a (1) or a (2)